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  1. NipplesAndToes23

    NipplesAndToes23 Assistant to the Vice POTY VIP

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    Mark Mayonnaise You look like a tree! VIP Gold

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    The fuck you want
     
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    NipplesAndToes23 Assistant to the Vice POTY VIP

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    I'm gonna need you to make a step by step YouTube video on the proper care of cast iron skillets, kthnx.
     
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    Mark Mayonnaise You look like a tree! VIP Gold

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    Oh fuck I forgot to clean it last night :doh:
     
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    He eats things a lot.
     
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    Google 'chemistry of cast iron seasoning' and click on Sheryl's blog if you're starting from scratch with a new lodge. Flaxseed oil. Trust

    Rendered pork fat. Save it when you cook bacon. Use it after you cook, this will build up the seasoning in a hurry

    scotch-brite scour pads. Use them with hot water to clean your skillet, gently

    Pam. spray your shit down with this before you cook, promotes non-stick and helps with seasoning
     
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